Thanks to its opposite (antagonistic) effect, these two parts of the autonomic nervous system allow a fine control of the institutions. The enteric nervous system existing in some organs can be regarded as a third component of the autonomic nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system or the sympathetic nervous system is in addition to the parasympathetic nervous system, and the Enteric nervous system (intestinal nervous system) a part of the autonomic nervous system. Most organs are controlled by the first two systems, as antagonists (antagonistic) effect and allow a very fine regulation of organ activity. The sympathetic nervous system in this system has an ergotrope effect, which means that it increases the willingness to act outward (fight-or-flight”). > The model of the bonus crisis refers to a model of the pathogenesis of Johannes Siegrist schematic.
According to the model of the bonus crisis a person sick if it is itself spent heavily and for not adequately compensated. If the own use (e.g. in the form of commitment, knowledge, time, identification, performance, and personality) is not compensated by corresponding reward (approximately in the form of training adequate employment, equal pay, workplace safety, training, career and influence), so results this that as Gratuity crisis described disease potential. The model is applied mainly on the world of work. Here, in particular, workers in occupations requiring only a low qualification, are affected. This hotel also has strong, but little social rewards like money or prestige. The prevention of gratuity crises is therefore an aspect of corporate health management. Siegrist cites as reasons why professional gratification crises over time by the parties concerned is acceptable: a dependency due to lack of alternative perspectives on the labour market, a strategic decision with the aim of improving future career opportunities, or an excessive overspending inclination as a motivation-related pattern of excessive motivation.